No Election in Southeast Without Referendum – Nnamdi Kanu

[Vanguard] The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, has warned that elections will be boycotted in the South East states, starting with the Anambra State gubernatorial elections scheduled for November 18, if the Federal Governm…

[Vanguard] The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, has warned that elections will be boycotted in the South East states, starting with the Anambra State gubernatorial elections scheduled for November 18, if the Federal Government fails to hold referendum for the realisation of the state of Biafra.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

HMOs Paid N60 Billion Admin Fee – Usman

[Vanguard] Abuja -Executive Secretary of National Health Insurance Scheme, NHIS, Professor Yusuf Usman, said, yesterday, his office has paid N60 billion as administrative fees to Hospital Management Organisations, HMOs, in the country.

[Vanguard] Abuja -Executive Secretary of National Health Insurance Scheme, NHIS, Professor Yusuf Usman, said, yesterday, his office has paid N60 billion as administrative fees to Hospital Management Organisations, HMOs, in the country.

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Gunmen Shoot 3, Grab Shs58 Million

[Monitor] Kampala -Police are hunting unknown armed thugs who raided a shop in Nakifuma town in Mukono District and shot three people before fleeing with Shs58 million.

[Monitor] Kampala -Police are hunting unknown armed thugs who raided a shop in Nakifuma town in Mukono District and shot three people before fleeing with Shs58 million.

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Reconstruction – Apapa-Wharf Road Gridlock Can Result to Fuel Scarcity – NUPENG

[Vanguard] The Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers, NUPENG, has expressed worry that the gridlock being experienced by petroleum tankers and articulated vehicles on Apapa-Wharf Road may result to fuel scarcity.

[Vanguard] The Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers, NUPENG, has expressed worry that the gridlock being experienced by petroleum tankers and articulated vehicles on Apapa-Wharf Road may result to fuel scarcity.

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Lagos School Kidnap Day 30 – Security Beef-Up in Colleges Amid Fresh Threats

[Vanguard] Security has been beefed up at the Lagos State Model College Igbonla, in Epe area of the state, where six Senior Secondary School students were abducted on May 24.

[Vanguard] Security has been beefed up at the Lagos State Model College Igbonla, in Epe area of the state, where six Senior Secondary School students were abducted on May 24.

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CAN Demands Return to Old Curriculum On Religious Knowledge

[Vanguard] Lagos -The Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, yesterday, demanded a return to the old curriculum on religious knowledge, saying Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, was bent on imposing Islamic hegemony through the new curriculum b…

[Vanguard] Lagos -The Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, yesterday, demanded a return to the old curriculum on religious knowledge, saying Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, was bent on imposing Islamic hegemony through the new curriculum being spearheaded by the Federal Ministry of Education.

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Quit Notice – Nigeria Needs to Be Restructured to Remain United – Retd Dig Ekpoudom

[Vanguard] Retired Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG), Mr. Udom Ekpoudom has described the quit notice given the Igbo by the Arewa youths as treasonable and contravenes the laws of the land. He also identified fault in the present structure of th…

[Vanguard] Retired Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG), Mr. Udom Ekpoudom has described the quit notice given the Igbo by the Arewa youths as treasonable and contravenes the laws of the land. He also identified fault in the present structure of the country and advocated restructuring as the panacea for dousing the tension generated by the various ethnic groups in the country.

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Spy Boss’ Son Admits to Killing His Gilrlfriend, Sent to High Court

[Monitor] Kampala -Mr Brian Bagyenda, the son of ISO director Col Frank Bagyenda Kaka, was yesterday committed to the High Court for trial on murder and the prosecution said he had confessed to killing his 22-year-old university girlfriend.

[Monitor] Kampala -Mr Brian Bagyenda, the son of ISO director Col Frank Bagyenda Kaka, was yesterday committed to the High Court for trial on murder and the prosecution said he had confessed to killing his 22-year-old university girlfriend.

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Germany, Iceland, Belgium, Others Deport 34 Nigerians

[Guardian] Barely two days after Libya deported 175 Nigerians for illegal entry, six European countries yesterday deported 34.The European countries said that the Nigerian deportees committed immigration-related offences.

[Guardian] Barely two days after Libya deported 175 Nigerians for illegal entry, six European countries yesterday deported 34.The European countries said that the Nigerian deportees committed immigration-related offences.

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